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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Do high gas prices leave you STEAMING? Let the pool cool you. With gasoline prices soaring every day, it’s easy to get a little hot under the collar. But there is away to turn down the hear —a way to beat high gas costs. Ridesharing the easy solution to your driving expense problem. It saves gas, reduces wear on your car, and gives you a break from driving. If you’d like to try ridesharing, call Campus Bus Service at 672-RIDE. At no charge, we’ll help you get a carpool started in your area. (/ "S 5" -V- -/' CBS Carpool. Dive in
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
spwith KEGS of MILLER, SCHMIDT'S, Portage Distributing is V LITTLE KINGS CREAM ALE, &amp; MANY OTHER FAVORITES Take Care of Your KEG PARTY needs at PORTAGE DISTRIBUTING Ravenna, Ohio 297-7721 &amp; 297-7856 ENERGY, re can't afford to waste it. Answer to today’s puzzle Imlalllalrl 323313 33H53 19393 9903 □□□□3 9339 993(3 99Q99 3D3 3999990i3999 391233330 91399 |L A ID MR A T EH 10 0 99990 9309 9039 9339 99939 9903 9339 3399 99999 999 0999 999 ll I R AMS 0 0 I H E R 3399990909(3 3E39 99303 9039 9009 03999 9009 0099 09939 9099 9009 Sausage Roll - $1.75 Calzone - $1.75 tow* Ptzz a gesj 2 \V eP 9° Til: &amp; /Ot 678-5505 Fast, Free Delivery Starting at 4 pm - 1 am 7 Days a Week Friday &amp; Saturday 4 pm - 3 am 300 S. WATER ST., KENT Coupon Expires SPECIAL PRICES 7/1/81 Any item of your choice FREE, up to 7 Items. Pepperoni, Sausage, Mushrooms, Green Peppers, Onions, Anchovies, cheese. FREE QT. OF COKE WITH WITH EACH PIZZA. 9” Small $4.00 16”X-Lg. $7.00 12”...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
BONUS BUYS! OPEN JULY 4lh LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH COUPON A »10.00 OR MORE FOOD PURCHASE EXCLUSIVE OF VALUE OF BONUS ITEMS BEER WINE &amp; CIGARETTES FROM 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. ADDITIONAL MELONS . .2.99 SAVE UP TOM .00 5 mS &amp; EACH ONE) SAVE UP TO 50* MOUNTAIN DEW and REG. OR DIET WE ACCEPT FOOD' STAMPS P P I PEPSI 00 B 2 LITER I. Kll BTL. LIMIT ONE li ONE MO 00 PURCHASE QUALIFIES FOR BOTH BONUS BUYS. PRICES GOOD MON., JUNE 29th, THRU SAT., JULY 4th FRESH...3-LBS. OR MORE GROUND BEEF sff9 PcCMCC CORN KING LB. LESSER AMOUNTS $ 1.29 S MEDIUM SIZE NOW.. Redeem ANY MANUFACTURERS COUPON clipped from newipoptrt. magazine, and received by moil (providing wo carry that# Homs or tizos) and WE LL DOUBLE THE SAVINGS providing tho Homs aro purchased ot time of redemption. This offer does not apply to VALU KING COUPONS—or free coupons—or our competitors coupons. To insure our supply of coffee to our customers wemgst limit this double coupon offer to one jor of insfont and one con of ...
Indians' pitcher paints pictures for profit [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Indians' pitcher paints pictures for profit By SHEILA LACEY In the baseball world, Cleveland pitcher Mike Stanton is known as the ace righthander of the Indians’ bullpen. But in the art world, he is just becoming known for his talents as a painter. For the last seven years Stanton has been perfecting his artistic talents, and for the past five he has been selling his paintings. Stanton has never had any formal training in art, but says the interest has always been there. “I always wanted to paint pictures about nature, so I just went down and bought some equipment one day and started painting,” he said, adding that he learned a lot about technique from watching two of his friends paint. Although Stanton classifies painting as his “second career,” he says it is never work, but an escape “into my own inner-world.” He describes the uncommon mixture of baseball and painting as two different sides of his personality like “Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde with baseball characterizing his aggressiv...
Stanton's work at Boston Mills [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Stanton's work at Boston Mills Cleveland Indians’ pitcher Mike Stanton will be among 200 artists to display their works for sale at the 10th annual Boston Mills Art Festival, which opens today and continues through Sunday evening. The show will be at the Boston Mills Ski Resort at Riverside and Boston Mills roads in Peninsula. The show’s hours will be from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. today through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. Admission will be $3.50 for adults and $2 for senior citizens. —SHEILA LACEY
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
NICKY’S BEAUTY SALON 126 E. Erie St. (Between Jerry’s Diner &amp; Filthy’s) •Complete Services for Men and Women* Plus ear piercing - manicures - facial bleach and much more! Call 673-0110 Appointment Preferred Mon; 10-6 Wed-Fri: 10-6 Closed lues Sat: 9-4 ★ CLIP THIS AD FOR $l.OO OFF ALL SERVICES ★ . . . You’ll find a very special restaurant tucked away on the 2nd floor in Kent. Fine food is presented to please . . . an intimate, friendly atmosphere prevails. Enjoy a glass of wine along with the music of yesterday . Featuring Quiche , Seafood and Steaks. ISN’T THAT WHAT DINING OUT IS ALL ABOUT? The Side Door Restaurant 128 N. Depeyster St. (Behind Kent Cinema) 678-5542 Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11-5 Dinner 5-9
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
BERTOLT BRECHT KSU the resistible rise of | Summer Arturo Vi July 7,8, 9, 14, 15 and 16 at 8 PM 1 SirtlWi IWRIGHT-CURTIS THEATRE on KSU Main Campus Tioktlt, RMirvatl«M mod laf 929-4416 672-2082 &gt;2" off student KSU ID ’I” off Faculty/Staff JULY 4th-sth BIG “BANG” GOLF SPECIAL SHAWNEE GOLFCOURSE 485 Judson Rd.,Kent •673-2111 18 HOLE PUBLIC COURSE 9 holes, $4.00 18 holes, $6.00 2 people, 9 Holes - Riding Cart, $11.50 complete; 2 people, 18 Holes - Riding Cart, $18.50 complete 2 people, 9 Holes - Riding Cart - Dinner, $24.50 complete Meals Your Choice (Chicken - Fish - Shrimp - Wingo’s) f Or just have a dinner, $3.00 per person. Free gift with this ad and lof the 4 packages ti-li-
Volleying Will players or officials win Wimbledon conflicts? [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Volleying Will players or officials win Wimbledon conflicts? By CHUCK POLIAFICO Stater Columnist The place: Wimbledon Centre Court. The time: The past two weeks. The match: Wimbledon officials vs. the world’s top tennis pros. The score: It’s tied, but the officials have the advantage. For the first time in 104 Wimbledon years, television viewers world wide are tuning in not to see player pitted against player, but tennis pros battling it out against the officials. Yes, the Wimbledon officials decided that it was about time they got off their high chairs and scored some points in the matches. The officials served early, winning the first point (15-love) when they announced the women’s rankings. They ranked everybody’s favorite, Chris Everett Lloyd, first, which, of course,' was a choice everyone agreed with. The controversy began when Czechoslovakian Hana Mandlikova was seeded second and Tracy Austin third, placing both above two-time (1978 and ’79) Wimbledon champion Martina Navrati...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Kent Stole Student/ GRAB* FRIEfIDf ond ffloke Plan/ now to Live ot College Tower/ FALL SEME TER NJ O BEST VALUE NEAR CAMPUS SHORT TERM SUMMER LEASES AVAILABLE Most convenient apartment at KSU. Why fight driving hassles in snow or pay high gasoline bills. Fall out of the sack at 8:40 and make your 9:00 class. Friendly atmosphere in a campus environment. Don't wait • get your friends together &amp; make plans now. GObbEGE towers 1800 Rhodes Kent, Ohio 1 and 7 BEDROOMS * INDOOR SWIMMING POOL •SAUNA * RESTAURANT ON PREMISES . FOOD STORE ON PREMISES .LAUNDRY FACILITIES Call 6 78-0746 KENT Open Weekdays 9-. i Saturday &amp; Sunday 10AM-4PM ASSOCIATED ESTATES CORP.
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
FULL MEAL DEAL •jo Dairy V pueen^ brazier ; ALL DAY-EVERY DAY It's the best meal deal going. Our 100% pure beef' single burger with "More Burger Than Bun IM A small order of crispy, golden fries. Vour favorite small soft drink. And to top it off, a cool and creamy 5 02. DAI RV QUEEN ® Sundae. All for only $1.79. Get a good deal on a full meal. Head for your participating DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER® store. KENT DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER 1443 South Water St c AM D Q Corp 1981 Kent, Ohio
Yoke One's album is a tribute to pain, hope [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Yoke One's album is a tribute to pain, hope By MICHELLE BLUM "Season of Glass. It is Yoko Ono’s tribute to the pain she has experienced through the tragic loss of her husband and lover, John Lennon. It is deeply personal. It is full of pain of the tragedy but at the same time it is full of hope for the future. Many have criticized Yoko for releasing the album now, feeling that it would exploit Lennon’s death. But in the album’s liner notes she asked, “When would be the right time?” Even so, Season of Glass is restrained in its emotion, leaving all that to the listener to interpret for himself. But when the inevitable outbursts come, they are even more shocking than it otherwise would have been, RATHER THAN dwelling on the events of last December 8, Yoko has fit them into the total framework of the world. John’s name is never mentioned but his presence is felt everywhere in the album-from the cover photo of his shattered and bloody glasses to Yoke’s moving liner notes. In the notes, ...
'Raiders' is a modem day cliff-hanger [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
'Raiders' is a modem day cliff-hanger By MICHELLE BLUM In the last few years there hasn’t been many truly original, truly cliff-hanging movies being made. Now that “Raiders of the Lost Ark” has come on the scene it has broken a long string of very good but somewhat tame movies. Not since the days of the 1930’s serial cliff-hangers, or in my case, the television serials has their been a flick quite like this one. Not even Star Wars can compare to it. From the beginning to end, I was glued to the seat not daring to breathe for fear of missing something. The George Lucas production, directed by Steven Spielberg is in two words, a film masterpiece. WHEN I FIRST heard of the picture, I was expecting something in the area of a space epic. Lucas produced both “Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back,” while Spielberg did “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” Lucas recruited “Star Warrior” Harrison Ford to play the lead role of Indiana Jones. Jones is not your run-of-the-mill every day hero. ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
&lt;7 Lunch &amp; Dinner 11 A.M.-BP.M. Mon. - Sat. Thursday “SUCH-N-SUCH” (Jazz) Friday , “HOLLYWOOD SLIM BAND” Saturday, July 4 ALEX BEY AN and FRIENDS Call for Daily Specials Tavern Open till 2:30 A.M. 227 Franklin Avenue Kent, Ohio 673-8873 Located Directly Behind Kent Post Office 18 &amp; Over fW OFFER 6000 AT KENT MR. HERO ONLY SUMMER STEAK SALE! BUY ONE REGULAR HOT BUTTERED STEAK DELUXE AND AN ORDER OF FAMOUS TASTEE TATTERS ... £ 7 mm fUKRfI GET A SECOND STEAK FREE msm DELUXE BONUS COUPON Not good in conjunction with each other H $ $ PAY LESS FOR THF BEST 11 \ Coupon good thru 'bA 7/10/81 Redeem one coupon per sandwich at Mr. Hero, Kent, 1343 S, Water St. Kent - 673 6273 NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER OFFER KENT •- 1343 S. WATER ST., KENT, OHIO • 673-6273
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Wedding Invitations klnko's COPY CENTER Business Cards Rubber Stamps Youngstown 743-0099 Akron 376-9615 Kent 678-9047 Nancy's V.I.P Look dt ■m Your Best Look for ’Bl Permanent Waves One Better For Curves Succession for Curls Let the V.I.P. Girls, give you V.I.P. curls 678-3130 Open: 1702 E. MAIN - NEXT TO CAMPUS Mon. - Frl. 9 to 9 Men’s Special: Mon. &amp; Tues. 4 to 9 Saturday 9to 5 Style Cut: $5.50, With Blow Dry: $9.50 Kent State University Theatre presents: HELLO, DOLLY / at: Porthouse Theatre (adjacent to Blossom Music Center) June 26,27,28, July 3,4,5,10,11 at 8 p.m. July 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets: $4.50, $3.50, $2.50 with a $2.00 discount for KSU students with I.D. $l.OO discount for faculty, staff Box Office open 10a.m. to Bp.m. in Wright-Curtis Theatre Lobby Call: 672-2082 or 672-2497
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Classifieds from page 11 Help MARKET RESEARCH Survey guests at Geauga Lake Park Aug. 1-Sept. 7. Five day week, afternoon/evenings and weekends. Call 562-7131. HELP!! Handicapped commuter student from Barberton. Looking for fellow commuter for fall semester. Susan 753-4447. Lost Smalt Tabby lost Friday near Rhodes Rd. Female no collar, please call Chris at 6780406 or 673-7682. Diamond A engagement ring lost in or around Ludwig Recital Hall in Music and Speech Bldg, on Fri., June 26. REWARD. Call collect Cleveland 1-442-8343.
Religion and politics on WKSU program [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Religion and politics on WKSU program The impact of religious broadcasting in American life will be the subject of a documentary special on WKSU-FM this Sunday at 6 p.m. Titled “The Electronic Church: Religion, Politics and the Media,” the program takes an indepth look at the growth of religious broadcasting in the United States, said Sherry Yoke, public relations director for the station. She said emphasis will be placed on the involvement of prominent religious broadcasters in politics. The program blends narration with interview excerpts and includes segments taped at the 1981 convention of National Reli- gious Broadcasters and the National Association of Evangelicals. Baptist minister Jerry Falwell, who is a spokesman for the Moral Majority will be participating along with the Rev. Robert Schuler, television evangelist. and builder of the “Crystal Cathedral,” the Rev. Billy Graham and television evanelist Jimmy Swaggert, Jr. The program also includes perspectives on the legal is...